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Two February concerts will showcase and support elementary music instruction in Douglas County. The first one is set for Feb. 5, when the Castle Pines Arts and Cultural Foundation will partner with the Colorado Chamber Orchestra to present music … more
Snow is blowing outside the windows of an inviting, book-filled living room in a northern Michigan B&B — complete with trophy deer head above the fireplace and cushy sofas, as “Sex With Strangers” gets underway at Curious Theatre … more
In image-conscious September 1964, a young woman named Violet Karl (Ellen Kaye) leaves her home in Spruce Pine, North Carolina, on a bus headed for Tulsa, Oklahoma, where there is an evangelist/healer she believes will heal the scar on her face, … more
The four teens who make up the punk-indie band All Wrong use their life experiences to compose music that connects with their generation: They write about girls. They write about other bands. But they also write about loss, depression and mental … more
Yurik Resetnikov and his family didn’t know anyone when they arrived at Craig Hospital from Hawaii in early November. But that changed immediately. “The first hour we got to Craig blew my mind,” said Resetnikov,40, a firefighter now in a … more
When one enters the Aurora Fox Studio Theater, one is immediately charmed by a stairstepped floor and wall filled with exotic fabrics, silky brocaded cushions, Oriental rugs, lengths of fabric draped and hung. Charles Dean Packard, executive … more
As Castle Rock Police Cmdr. Jason Lyons sat at Lost Coffee in downtown Castle Rock on a recent Tuesday morning speaking with residents, a child came up to him. The young resident wanted to show Lyons his Lego police helicopter. He wants to be a … more
About me I’m 16 and I moved here 10 years ago from Memphis, Tennessee. It’s a huge difference. I really like Colorado. There’s a lot more to do here. I love the outdoors I like hiking and fishing a lot. We go kayaking and camping in … more
“Thinking Inside the Box, Again” is the title for sculptor Mark Friday's two-day workshop, Feb. 19 and 26, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the new Blackridge Artists' School, 3001 S. Acoma St. in Englewood. The box has long been used by artists to create … more
“I wanted to turn convention on its head and tell a story of a character who could definitely be a villain, but definitely isn't. Basically a dark story rooted in hope rather than the apocalypse … It's dark, it's intense, it's grim, but the … more
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